How to Get 13 Types of Stains Out of Your Clothes

How to Get 13 Types of Stains Out of Your Clothes

Spilling eatables and beverages accidentally on clothes is not always possible to avoid. Whether we are at home or out for dinner, getting stains on clothes is something we can’t help. Encountering such an incidence leaves us in frustration and anguish. We even get irritated and think about throwing away the garment. But if you’re in Dubai, you don’t have to do that since a top-of-the-line stain removal service is at your disposal for 24/7 throughout the year.

 

Before You Start

The first thing to do when spotting a stain on your clothes is to perform a pre-treating. The sooner do it, better are the chances of stain removal. First, try to remove the stain with clear water. Avoid rubbing on the surface of the stain with your finger since it could spread. Take a pre-treating solution and test it on a discreet area of your clothes to check if it’s safe for the garment. If you’re not sure whether the stain is removed, avoid using the dryer since its heat could make the stain settle on the garment forever.

Check out these 13 types of stains and learn how to get them out of your clothes.

dye stains

Dye Stains

Washing dyed clothes with other garments can stain other clothes. Dye stains can be challenging because the coloring agents present in the dye leave a stubborn mark on clothes. Use oxygenized non-chlorine bleach as per the direction given on the package by the manufacturer mixed with cool water. Now soak the stained clothing in the washing machine for eight hours. Rinse it and check if the stain is vanished. If not, continue with the process. When the clothing is clear of stain, wash and dry it as usual.

organic stains

Bodily fluids and other organic protein stains

Special treatment is required to remove the stains caused due to sweating, vomiting, and other bodily fluids. Use an enzyme detergent since it breaks down proteins and oxygenated non-chlorine bleach. Wash the affected clothing in the washing machine on the hottest recommended setting for the fabric. If the stain is removed and not the scent, wash the clothing again with a detergent prepared for removing odor. Besides bodily fluid, this stain removal style works on most organic protein stains, excluding blood, breast milk, egg, and dairy.

blood

Blood

Soak the blood-stained clothing in clean water and rub the spot gently with your fingers. Change the water when it turns pink from the blood coming out of the garment. Wash, remove liquid, and soak the garment in cold water. Use a stain remover on the spot and let it sit for some time before washing. If the blood stain is on light-colored fabric, use hydrogen peroxide. However, this process may discolor the fabric. To prevent the clothing from discoloration, avoid DIY treatment, and use the stain removal service in Dubai.

red wine

Red Wine

Salt is one of the best and cheapest items when it comes to removing red wine stains from clothes. Put some salt on the stain to cover it completely. After a few moments, the salt will start absorbing the color and turn into pink color. Mix enzyme detergent in cold water and soak the garment in it. Keep it overnight. If the stain is not gone completely, soak the garment in new water, and then rinse it as usual

juice stain

Fruit Juice

Hold the garment under cold running water for a few minutes to dilute the stain. Use a few drops of enzyme detergent depending on the size of the stain and soak it in warm water. After 30 minutes, rinse the garment with cool water and apply a solution made of one part of white vinegar and two parts of water. Allow the garment to sit in the solution for 10 minutes. Set the washing cycle to the highest temperature suitable for the fabric, and wash it as usual.

coffee stain

Coffee

If you’ve accidentally spilled coffee on your clothes, get ready for lots of soaking since the light-brown color could frustrate you. First, try to stop the stain from penetrating more into the clothing by running cold water through it. Also, don’t let the cold water run from the front, instead, do it from the back of the stain. Continue the process for 10 to 15 minutes till the water running out of the garment is clear. Remember, this process will work only for fresh coffee stain. If the stain is old, use a liquid laundry detergent or liquid dish soap. Loosen the stain after five minutes by rubbing it with your fingers. Soak the garment in cold water for 30 minutes. If the stain is still there, soak the clothing in warm water for 15 minutes and then rinse it.

tea

Tea

Tea stains can ruin the looks of the fabric if not treated immediately. As soon as you spill the tea on your clothes, rinse the area with cold water. But don’t run the water from the top of the stain, instead, do it from the back. After 5 minutes of this process, rub a liquid detergent on the stain. Keep the clothing aside for a few minutes. When the liquid detergent has dried, soak it in cold water for 30 minutes. After that, rinse the stain with cold water.

grass stain

Grass

If playing with kids in your backyard has caused your pants to bear an unsightly grass stain, you can get rid of it by simply using toothpaste and a toothbrush. See that you’re using plain white toothpaste and not any toothpaste gel. Just drop a small amount of the toothpaste on the stain, and scrub it with an old toothbrush after dipping it in clear water. Keep scrubbing until the stain is gone. Then rinse the spot and launder the garment as usual.

chocolates

Chocolate

If you love indulging yourself in chocolate treats, chances of spilling on your clothing is higher, whether you’re a grown up or a kid. So when accidental spilling happens, wipe away the chocolate as much as you can immediately. Take care that you don’t push the stain deeper into the fabrics while doing so. Then flush out the chocolate by running cold water from the back of the stain. Soak the clothing in a solution made of detergent and water. Let the garment be in that position for 30 minutes and then wash it as usual.

mud

Mud

Don’t rush to remove the mud stain from your clothes. Let the mud dry up so that it’s easy to remove and doesn’t penetrate deep into the fabric. Then scrap the dried mud with a spoon. Apply liquid detergent on the spot and let it stay put for 15 minutes. Scrub the detergent with a wet toothbrush on both sides of the garment. Wash the garment in the washing machine on normal setting. Repeat the process until the mud stain is gone.

grease

Grease/Oil

Who doesn’t love gorging on greasy meals, but the stains caused by such meals are tough to remove. Luckily, there are a few cool methods you can try it using ingredients in the kitchen. So rush to the kitchen and sprinkle cornstarch on the affected area since they can absorb the grease. If cornstarch is not available, use baking soda, salt, or baby powder. After allowing any of these powders to sit for a while, brush the stain away. Alternatively, you can apply dish-washing soap on the affected area and let it put stay for a while. Blot the stain with a clean cloth and then wash it in enzyme detergent.

ink

Ink

Ballpoint pen ink exploding all over the clothes is not a new phenomenon. However, treatment for removing ink stains from clothes will vary according to the ink types. For ballpoint pen ink, place the garment on a paper towel. Apply a few drops of alcohol on the stain and rub it gently with a toothbrush. If the stain is large, you may need to soak the garment for 15 minutes. Blot the stain with a clean cloth until it’s gone completely. Wash it with an enzyme detergent. If you’re not sure about the ink type, use stain removal service in Dubai.

lipstick

Lipstick

If a peck on the neck by your sweetheart has left a lipstick stain on your collar, removing it easily will depend on the type of fabric stained. If the shirt is of made of high-quality fabric such as cashmere, wool, or silk, it’s better to opt for professional stain removal service in Dubai. For any other fabric, you can easily remove the lipstick stain with the use of paper towels. Just place the paper towels on a hard surface with the affected area of the clothing facing down on the paper towels. Apply a dish detergent with grease and grime removing properties on the back of the stain. Now flip the garment with the stain facing up and rub it gently with an old toothbrush dipped in clean water. Don’t rinse the clothing. When the stain weakens, put the clothing in the washing machine with normal setting. Repeat this process until the stain is completely removed.

When applying DIY treatments for removing any of these 13 types of stains, be sure that you know the fabric type completely. You will not only waste time and energy, but also possibly spoil the garment entirely. Therefore, use a professional stain removal service in Dubai from ImageLaundry. This laundry service company in Dubai has the latest technology, and years of experience to tackle any types of stubborn stains. Plus, they even provide door-to-door service. So why don’t get a professional cleaning and stain removal service instead of slogging to remove the stain from your clothes.

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